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Secret Garden Wedding Hair Accessories from Debbie Carlisle Bridal

Today I’m thrilled to spotlight on British bridal accessories designer Debbie Carlisle & her beautiful Secret Garden Collection of Wedding Hair Accessories. Debbie mixes a love of vintage style with a contemporary sensibility to create unique headpieces, cuffs, sashes and garters which are perfect for brides who like to combine current fashion trends with special vintage finds. Debbie is also the UK’s best-known brooch bouquet designer, and her range of bridal hair combs, headbands and forehead chains are designed to complement her stunning bouquet designs.     With the Wedding season is full swing, notonthehighstreet.com’s partner Debbie is pleased to launch her Secret Garden collection – a brand new collection...

Paper pretties from Little Cherub Design

I love to share new talent that I have come across on the Blog and today I am delighted to share the lovely Wedding Stationery of Little Cherub Design.   Caroline Kaye is a Designer/maker and stationery fanatic that crafts beautiful stationery, favour boxes, prints, bags, amongst other wonderful products.           I had a chat to Caroline Kaye about her blossoming business,     “My name is Caroline and I live in a small town in the North East of England called Yarm.”   “I am a busy mum of 2 boys and a lover of Whippets (I have one, look after another during the day...

Not on the High Street Weddings – Beautiful Gifts & Inspiring Touches.

Not on the High Street Weddings are all about the little touches that are your way to really put a stamp on your Wedding day, so today I am delighted to feature them on the Blog. With both beautiful wedding gifts,  and inspiring styling ideas its a great find for everything Wedding.      Holly Tucker and Sophie Cornish shared a passion for hunting out the kind of charming, unique and carefully made things that you sometimes stumble across in cool urban markets, village fairs and tucked away boutiques. They also shared a desire to give everyone the chance to buy those things. As with most great ideas, it started with...